- I am the module leader for Public Economics, offered to postgraduate students in the department of Economics at the University of Sheffield, where I also teach Intermediate Macroeconomics to undergraduate students.
During my Jean Monnet Fellowship (2014-15), I designed and taught a 10-hour lecture series on Macroeconomics for Non-Economists for the PhD programs in Political Science, Law, and History at the EUI. Here you can find the course syllabus.
- During my Max Weber Fellowship (2013-14), I participated in a formal teacher training program and obtained the EUI Teaching Certificate. The training included workshops in course design, curriculum development, small group microteaching, teaching in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms, and finally a teaching exchange week at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (19-24/5/2014) where I taught a lecture in Labor Economics.
- During my PhD studies, I served as a Teaching Assistant for the following courses: Macroeconomic Theory and Policy (Graduate level) and Macroeconomic Theory, Econometrics I, Principles of Economics II (Undergraduate level).